Six dead, mass arrests as Indonesian election protests turn violent

Six people have died and 200 have been injured in civil unrest in the Indonesian capital after the election commission confirmed President Joko Widodo had won last month's election, according to Jakarta's Governor

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she's standing down after failing to negotiate Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will resign as Conservative Party leader on June 7, saying "it's a matter of deep regret" that she failed to negotiate a Brexit deal

New Zealand mosque shooter charged with terrorism

The man accused of carrying out a mass shooting at a New Zealand mosque faces new charges, including one count of engaging in a terrorist act, according to law enforcement officials

Christchurch attacks royal commission gets underway behind closed doors

Perhaps the most important official inquiry ever to be held in New Zealand has begun considering evidence, but do not expect to hear much about it

Venezuela thanks Turkey for support against coup bid

Venezuelan Embassy in Ankara on Tuesday thanked Turkey for its stance against coup bid in the south American country

Sri Lankan police and military discover bodies after shootout with suspected Islamic militants

The bodies of 15 people, including six children, have been discovered at the site of a fierce overnight gun battle on the east coast of Sri Lanka six days after suicide bombing attacks killed more than 250 people

Iran-No More Oil Export to Stop helping to destabilize the Region

There are three tightly related Steps for the US new policy toward Iran’s malicious manners to stop.

Russian, North Korean leaders discuss denuclearization

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un concluded their summit on Thursday with a formal reception

Turkish president condemns deadly attacks in Sri Lanka

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday condemned multiple bomb attacks in Sri Lanka that killed at least 138 and wounded over 400 people

130killed, 400 injured in coordinated Sri Lankan bombing

At least 130 people have reportedly been killed and 400 others have been injured after multiple explosions hit three churches and three hotels in Sri Lanka

Iran..IRGC’s :Saeed Ghassemi confesses to use of Red Crescent cover and relations with al-Qaeda

The Iranian Resistance has always exposed the role of the Red Crescent and seemingly civilian apparatus in repression and terrorism

STL Judges amend the Rules of Procedure and Evidence

The Judges of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) approved six proposed rule amendments to the STL’s Rules of Procedure and Evidence (RPE) at a plenary meeting held last week

Stratolaunch jet with 117-metre wingspan takes off for first flight

A giant six-engine aircraft with the world's longest wingspan completed what company officials called a successful initial flight over California's Mojave Desert, bringing to life a dream held by late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen

Hundreds protest China, urge US action for Uighurs

Hundreds of people gathered in Washington on Saturday to protest China’s human rights abuses against Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province, calling on U.S. government to take action against Beijing

Syria: Regime attacks kill 11 civilians in Idlib

Eleven civilians were killed and 40 others injured on Sunday in rocket attacks by regime forces and Iran-backed militias in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province, according to sources with the White Helmets civil defense agency

Britain: You must not forget the plight of the Rohingya

Britain’s international development secretary Penny Mordaunt said the plight of the Rohingya refugees should not be forgotten and would press for necessary changes in Myanmar to help the Rohingya return home

New Zealand shooter to face 50 murder charges: Police

The man accused of carrying out last month’s terrorist attacks on two New Zealand mosques will face 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigns

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika bowed to popular demand Tuesday and resigned after over a month of protests over his decision to seek a fifth term

Alleged Christchurch mosque shooter 'complains about prison'

The Australian white supremacist accused of killing 50 worshippers in two Christchurch mosques has reportedly lodged a complaint over prison conditions

Slovakia elects first female president

Zuzana Caputova has been elected as Slovakia’s first female president, according to preliminary results